Aleppo Pepper

Cook with Aleppo Pepper : Avocados, Chicken, Grilled Meat, Prawns, Cauliflower, Fish.

  • Aleppo Pepper, crushed for easy addition into marinades, rubs and sauce bases is known for its fruity flavour and medium heat, the Aleppo Pepper is commonly found in mezze, an assortment of small dishes.

  • Recipes

    Try our sumptuous Butternut squash soup with aleppo pepper here.


    Aleppo Pepper is used to marinate meat or fish, offering a good alternative to paprika or traditional chilli powder. In Middle Eastern countries Aleppo Pepper is also often offered to guests for use as a spicy seasoning on salads or cheese.

    Pairs deliciously with:

    Hummus, Dips, & Spreads, Roasted Vegetables, Grilled Beef or Lamb, Yogurt Marinated Chicken Kebabs

  • Origin & History

    This pepper is named after the city in Syria where it was originally produced. This mild chilli is traditionally harvested at full maturity and partially sun-dried before being seeded and cut with salt. The peppers are then doused in sunflower oil to preserve their bright red colour before being dried a second time.

  • Ingredients

    Aleppo Chilli Crushed with Salt and Sunflower Oil added during the curing process



    Serving size

    14 x 1/2 Tsp

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